Sunday, November 13, 2016

Punahou School Promotes Individuality

Bill Reeves of Hawaii, a former managing director at J.P. Morgan and a cofounder of BlueCrest Capital Management, serves as a partner at BlueMountain Capital Management. Dedicated to supporting his community, Bill Reeves donates to several schools and educational organizations in Hawaii, including the Punahou School.

The Punahou School aims to develop moral and spiritual values in its students while helping them reach their highest intellectual and academic potential. Recognizing that all children are different, the academic program at the school creates learning environments that promote character development and self-discovery and prepare students for life. 

Students at the Punahou School are split into two divisions: the Junior School for kindergarten through eighth grade, and the Academy for ninth through 12th grade. Junior School academics incorporate everything from physical education to art and drama. 

As students move up into the Academy, they have the opportunity to make more choices about their academic programs. High school students can choose from a wide range of courses to tailor their experiences to their personal interests.

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